All riders must wear helmet whenever sled is in motion — pits, staging, everywhere. All riders must wear an approved helmet, proper eye protection, and suitable clothing while on the track. Tether cords must be attached to operator whenever sled is running above idle speed.
Since it is getting towards winter I thought I would open a conversation Could be a famous one, or just the one you built in your basement garage. Let's hear some opinions!
Username or Email Address. Remember Me. Snowmobile racing is not done yet.
Thousands of racers were running on fairgrounds and farm fields from coast to coast. This week, Rockford Rocked Interviews sets down the music as we catch up with snowmobile drag racer, collector and enthusiast Toby Houston to talk about local snowmobile racing history, vintage sleds and some of the people in this frosty racing community. What was it that lured you into it and how old were you when you started? Initially, we intending on trail riding it.
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Racers, start your engines! Just like the Midwest, racing vintage and classic snowmobiles in the Rocky Mountains is exploding in popularity, but how do you get started wherever you areand are you too old? My racing background from the early days included drag racing, hill climbs, and ovals.
Username or Email Address. Remember Me. The track committee developed a foot grass drag area, which included a foot clay start and a 1,foot shutdown area, with two lanes for head-to-head racing.
Sunday after regular Mra racing. Even though the video shown below is not from the Gunflint Trail area we have put it in our blog just so that people can get an idea of snowmobile drag racing is all about. Vintage sled events listings, classifieds and a store full of vintage snowmobile stuff. Wyoming State Snowmobile Association Working to protect public access.
The Vintage snowmobile movement in Saskatchewan has been growing strong in the last 20 years and the season will be no exception. Because of the healthy dose of winter that Mother Nature sends Saskatchewan every year, residents have always been drawn to snowmobiles. The decade of the s saw rapid growth in the sport, and now many baby boomers and gen X-ers are dragging those old sleds out of the barns and sheds and enjoying the nostalgia of that period.